Samsung to take Galaxy M smartphones offline
Galaxy M has been an online exclusive smartphone series, but Samsung has decided to take it offline as well, heeding to demand from offline retail lobbies for smartphone makers to curb launch of online exclusive models and offers since these hurt their business.
Xiaomi reports record sales in offline trade
The company’s overall offline business grew by 70 per cent during this year festive season as co...
Apple tops India premium segment with 51.3% share in Q3: IDC
Maintaining its growth trajectory in the highly-congested premium smartphone seg...
Samsung Galaxy Fold review: Fragile, but a total head-turner
It's a novel, innovative concept and more of a collector’s item.
Samsung Electronics third-quarter net profit slumps 52%
"Earnings from the memory business slumped significantly year-on-year as memory chip prices continued its downward trend," the company said. Samsung also faces challenges from the US-China trade war and tough export restrictions imposed by Tokyo on key supplies as part of a dispute with Seoul over wartime forced labour.
OnePlus ‘ahead’ of target, hopes to make it big offline
Vikas Agarwal, general manager at OnePlus India, said the next phase of growth will be driven by the offline channel expansion, which started in the third quarter. OnePlus currently has 2,000 offline touchpoints largely through large format retail stores through its partnership with 10 retail chains and own exclusive experience store.
China’s Huawei forecasts smartphone growth despite Trump blacklisting
Huawei is approaching a critical juncture in its fight for survival, six months after Washington barred it from buying key US components and software without special licences. Those include Google’s Android operating system, semiconductor design tools from Synopsys Inc. and Cadence Design Systems Inc. and radio frequency chips made by Qorvo and Skyworks.
Samsung takes a leaf out of Apple's book; introduces 'slowfies' in new Galaxy S10 update
As of now, the update is available only in Germany and Switzerland.
Electronics companies run into entry-level pileup
While premium products like large screen televisions, frostfree refrigerators and fully automatic washing machines did sell in cities and large towns driven by plethora of consumer finance options and price cuts — sales of entry-level products which constitute the belly of the market — were a washout, several manufacturers said.
Dixon Technologies to manufacture mobile phones for Samsung
Samsung recently ended mobile telephone production in China due to intensifying competition from domestic rivals as it expands its facility in India. India now has 268 mobile manufacturing companies including some of the biggest players in industry.
Computer science gets the highest job offer of Rs 1.45 crore per annum at Indraprastha Institute of IT
The campus average compensation is Rs 16.33 lakh and median is Rs 14.85 lakh among both the under graduate and PG programmes. Some of the top firms which recruited from the campus include, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Goldman Sachs, Adobe, Qualcomm, Nvidia, Wadhwani AI, WDC, Tower Research, HSBC MathWorks, Harmon Kardon, RIL & Samsung.
Samsung India outsources production of some phones
Almost three years ahead of schedule, Samsung has already begun exporting India-made phones to a few countries owing to its fully exhausted existing capacity. Therefore, outsourcing production is a viable option in order to meet the high demand.
Xiaomi largest exclusive brand network in India's offline market: Study
In a study of 11 product-based industries, Samsung emerged the second most dominant player, followed by Cafe Coffee Day, Dominos, and Bata which made up the top five. The study showed that among the top five brands with the largest exclusive brand retail network in India - Xiaomi was 44% bigger than Samsung and over 48% bigger than CCD.
OnePlus takes TV offline to challenge Samsung, LG dominance
The company, which globally launched its smart televisions from India in August, claimed to have taken 42% share of the premium smart TV segment on online partner Amazon during the first few days of festive sales.
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